Pre-K and Elementary Overview
Pre-K (Infants through 4 years old) - These classes are modeled much like a Mother’s Day Out program. Students learn a letter, shape, color, and verse of the day. They spend time on the playground, eat lunch in their classrooms, and nap or rest in the afternoons. Each class at this level is nurtured by two moms in the morning and two in the afternoon.
Kindergarten through Second Grade - Students in these classes use ABEKA as their spine, reading the lessons, but then do activities based on those lessons. Math games, art projects, and other active learning experiences are used to supplement the material covered for ABEKA. At this level, students are learning to read, spell, and master basic math concepts at home. FAITH is a place for reinforcement of those skills. First and second graders complete First Language Lessons during the course of the school year both at home and during Monday classes. Afternoon classes are electives based on the interests and talents of the teachers.
Third through Sixth Grade - Classes for these students include history, grammar, writing, science, and math (as an elective decided by parents). Students have assigned homework in each subject and turn in their work on Mondays. Afternoon classes include two classes from math, science, or electives.